The Chairman of Olorunda Local Council Development Area (LCDA), Hon. Samson Folorunso Olatunde (SAMOLA), has charged the newly elected executives of National Youth Council of Nigeria (NYCN), Olorunda Chapter to focus on developing the youths with the available resources at disposal.
This was made known in a press release issued by the Media Aide to the Chairman, Farayola Olusegun Joseph and co-signed by the Special Adviser on Information to the Chairman, Adeosun Abdulwahab Adebowale.
The executives, who paid a courtesy visit to the chairman at the Council Secretariat, Iworo on Monday, 24th August 2020 with the aim of discussing their plans were warmly welcomed by the Council Boss, who enlightened them on the state of things and possible challenges awaiting the newly elected executives as well as prospective solutions to the plight of youth across the LCDA.
“The country will be better if we all focus on what we can offer. Also, you need to fulfill the purpose of the formation of the Youth Council. The Youth Council was not formed for members to constitute nuisance, or promote violence. The Youth Council was created as a platform where the youth can unite and build themselves for the betterment of the nation”. The Council boss said
Samola therefore encouraged them to spread their tentacles in order to tap into available resources and apply towards improving the plight of the youth across the LCDA.
In the same vein, the Supervisory Councilor for Agriculture, Youth, Sports and Community Development, Hon. Wahab Ashade assured the new executives of the Chairman’s commitment to the development of youth across the LCDA.
According to him, “Rest assured, the Chairman has your best interest driving his policies at all times. He has repeatedly reiterated and displayed his commitment to the course of the NYCN and the welfare of the entire youth in Olorunda LCDA.”
The Coordinator, NYCN Olorunda Chapter, Comr. Ashade Abdulsalam on behalf of the Council appreciated the Chairman for his fatherly role and part in the success of the Congress/Elections in ensuring that peace was maintained throughout the process.